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I appreciate any help with these plants growing in my yard. I have many native plants spreading around in my gardens which have not been cleaned up as you can see. There are leaves everywhere to remove and mulch. But, these sprouting vines and plants are unknown to me. I live in Western North Carolina and we are not to plant until early May for frost but It is just beautiful here today and has been 40's nights and 70-80s days. Thanks for any help given, you have helped me so much in the past. Smiles, Cyndi
name these plants, flowers, gardening, This spreading vine has red veins on the stems so I don think Poison ivy Photo 1
This spreading vine has red veins on the stems so I don' think Poison ivy. Photo 1
name these plants, flowers, gardening, It also has stickers in the stems same as first photo Photo 2
It also has stickers in the stems, same as first photo Photo 2
name these plants, flowers, gardening, What is this
What is this?
name these plants, flowers, gardening, Tiny yellow flower
Tiny yellow flower?
name these plants, flowers, gardening, Pretty little flowers are everywhere in white and pink som e ind of daisy
Pretty little flowers are everywhere in white and pink, som e ind of daisy?
name these plants, flowers, gardening, I think this is poison ivy
I think this is poison ivy?
name these plants, flowers, gardening, My Hosta is coming up well
My Hosta is coming up well!
name these plants, flowers, gardening, know what this is
know what this is?
name these plants, flowers, gardening, know what this is Different leaves smooth
know what this is? Different leaves, smooth
name these plants, flowers, gardening, maple tree sprouting
maple tree sprouting
name these plants, flowers, gardening, I planted a shoot of this least year and can t remember what is was I lost name marker It is growing fast and arching branches
I planted a shoot of this least year and can't remember what is was, I lost name marker? It is growing fast and arching branches?
name these plants, flowers, gardening, fern with something spreading
fern with something spreading?
name these plants, flowers, gardening, another strange leaf on this
another strange leaf on this?
name these plants, flowers, gardening, spike leaves spreading
spike leaves spreading?
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  • Adrianne C Adrianne C on Apr 26, 2014
    Blackberries, Cinnamon Fern, poison ivy, dandelion that I can identify.
  • Wanda sinnema Wanda sinnema on Apr 26, 2014
    the twig you planted and lost the marker to is a FORSYTHIA...early blooming spring shrub,,yellow flowers....a fav or mine...
  • Judy Judy on Apr 27, 2014
    Photo's 3 & 4 look to me like wild strawberry plants. I have them out by the veggie garden & mine have yellow flowers too. 6 & 8 look like blackberry canes. The stems have thorns. #13, the one with compound leaves & tiny purple flowers is common vetch & the last is some sort of wild grass. Here is a helpful link with pictures of poison ivy in all 4 seasons to help you learn to spot & avoid it. http://www.poison-ivy.org/html/summer1.htm
  • Adrianne C Adrianne C on Apr 27, 2014
    This is poison ivy.
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    • Adrianne C Adrianne C on Apr 29, 2014
      This plant is very toxic, causes blisters and spreads it's poison everywhere. Pets can accidentally roll in it and can spread it's poison to whoever touches them. If it's burned, the poison can get into lungs. Where gloves to remove it.
  • The flower you think is a daisy is Fleabane (eligeron)
    • Judy Judy on Apr 30, 2014
      @The Garden Frog with C Renee Thanks, The pic didn't show the leaves well. Pretty, little flowers.
  • Nanaknox Nanaknox on Apr 27, 2014
    Photos 1 and 2 are honeysuckle. Beautiful blooms and wonderful fragrance but it spreads like wildfire. Roots run underground and will produce plants everywhere. I try to get rid of any at my place. Photos 3 and 4 are what we always called snake berries, mimic strawberries with small red fruits but they are poisonous. Traveling plants like strawberries, will take over any space. 6 & 8 are blackberries which may or may not have thorns. Also an underground spreader. Will sprout up all over.
  • Juergen Schrattenholzer Juergen Schrattenholzer on Apr 27, 2014
    Creeping Oregon Grape it has yellow flower and also thorns on leave and stem..
    • Judy Judy on Apr 28, 2014
      @Juergen Schrattenholzer Not Oregon Grape. OG has spiky leaves that resemble Holly leaves & after blooming develop clusters of purple berries. I live in the woods in Oregon & have it all over my property.
  • Adrianne C Adrianne C on Apr 27, 2014
    This variety has 5 leaves. It also has some red tint to it. Toxic to touch, and burn.
  • Cyndi Neumann Cyndi Neumann on Apr 28, 2014
    Thanks so very much for a lot your answers, It will help me a lot when I am cleaning up my yard, I better keep my Poison Ivy "Tecnu" Bottle close by as photo shows but a Pine tree cross in bottle
  • Cyndi Neumann Cyndi Neumann on Apr 28, 2014
    SO many of these plants were spreaders, pull on center if can find it and it comes up for yards. Thanks again for so much information you all have provided me, and the links! You all are fabulous! Smiles, Cyndi
  • Susan Susan on Apr 28, 2014
    photo 2 is a oak seedling, pull up and you will see an acorn attached to root.
  • Michelle Eliker Michelle Eliker on Apr 28, 2014
    Photos 1 & 2 are Japanese honeysuckle (notice the paired leaves? All honeysuckles have this). This honeysuckle will take over the world if you let it. The seeding with the smooth leaves looks like a privet bush. It can grow tree size in just a few years. It is a prolific self-seeder so unless you have a lot of time to weed or want a privet forest, pull it now! The last picture looks a lot like Bermuda grass. It is VERY hard to get rid of because it spreads by seed, runners and deep roots.
  • Ellen H Ellen H on Apr 29, 2014
    Virginia Creeper vs. Poison Ivy: growing 1 ft apart in my flowerbed (I just noticed the poison ivy this week). Virginia Creeper is not poisonous but poison ivy often gets mixed in with it. I have heard of someone who is allergic to Virginia Creeper but this is not common.
  • Ellen H Ellen H on Apr 29, 2014
    The next to last photo (with the purple flower) is vetch. It is in the legume family and is planted as a cover crop to fix nitrogen in the soil. It is not descireable in a flower bed as it reseeds prolifically and will take over the bed eventually. Pull it before it goes to seed.
  • Cyndi Neumann Cyndi Neumann on May 05, 2014
    Thanks again for ALL of your help in identifying these plants, I know what to pull and plant elsewhere and what to get rid of. I have found a lot of poison ivy sprouting up since these photos! I kind if know where I saw it last year and yes, it is back! I saw some " feverfew" soap at an arts and crafts show this weekend and you also can wash with it or grow some to rub on you for poison ivy. Thanks again for all of you help! I REALLY, REALLY Appreciate the information given! Smiles, Cyndi
  • Sandy Sandy on Jun 20, 2018
    Take them to your local extension service
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